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SINGAPORE'S dollar is set to weaken because the central bank is likely to scrap its appreciation bias at a policy meeting next week, according to a growing group of forecasters.
NEW YORK: HSBC Holdings Plc may eliminate as many as 10,000 jobs as part of a cost-cutting drive, according to a Financial Times report that signaled Europe may bear the brunt of the initiative.
ZURICH: Credit Suisse Group AG exonerated CEO Tidjane Thiam as one of his key allies took the fall for a corporate spying scandal that shook Zurich’s financial elite and tainted the bank’s reputationZURICH: Credit Suisse Group AG exonerated CEO Tidjane Thiam as one of his key allies took the fall for a corporate spying scandal that shook Zurich’s financial elite and tainted the bank’s reputation
KOBE (Reuters) - Samoa's hopes of reaching the World Cup quarter-finals suffered a body blow on Monday when they were beaten 34-0 by Scotland but coach Steve Jackson says his side are still in with a shout of advancing from Pool A.
KOBE, Japan (Reuters) - It was consistency that took Ireland to a place where they were considered Rugby World Cup contenders and loose forward CJ Stander believes they must rediscover it if they are to revive a campaign rocked by a shock loss to Japan.
LONDON: Credit Suisse Group AG’s probe into a botched spying operation is homing in on the role of Chief Operating Officer Pierre-Olivier Bouee, according to a person familiar with the matter.
NAGOYA, Japan (Reuters) - South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus has hailed the impact of his new defence tactician Felix Jones, and picked Ireland and New Zealand as the most impressive of the teams in the early stages of the Rugby World Cup.
NAGOYA, Japan (Reuters) - Experienced hooker Schalk Brits will move from the front to the back of the scrum as South Africa made 13 changes to their side for the Rugby World Cup Pool B clash with minnows Namibia in Toyota City on Saturday.
HONG KONG: German insurer Allianz, Nippon Life and MS&AD Insurance are vying with rivals to buy the Singapore and Vietnam businesses of Britain’s Aviva in a deal likely to be worth up to US$2.5bil, according to sources.
TOYOTA CITY, Japan (Reuters) - Pontypool-born referee Luke Pearce will be hoping for a low-key start to his Rugby World Cup career when he officiates the Pool D clash between Wales and Georgia at the City of Toyota Stadium on Monday.